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(Reuters) - Baltimore Ravens starting quarterback Joe Flacco is expected to miss between three and six weeks of action due to a disc issue in his back, the NFL said on its website on Wednesday.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (Reuters) - Jordan Morris scored in the 88th minute to help United States to a 2-1 win against Jamaica in the Gold Cup final in Northern California on Wednesday as the Americans secured their sixth championship.

MADRID (Reuters) - Team Sky rider Mikel Landa has spoken of his anger at missing out on the Tour de France podium by one second, saying he sacrificed his chances on the Col d'Izoard finish.

Rockies acquire relief pitcher Neshek
Thu, 27 Jul 2017 01:31:12 -0400
(Reuters) - The Colorado Rockies continued their push for the playoffs by acquiring relief pitcher Pat Neshek in a trade with thePhiladelphia Phillies on Wednesday. The Rockies sent three minor league players in exchange for cash and the two-time All Star Neshek, who will immediately strengthen their bullpen.

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom failed to break the 52-second mark forthe second time at the world championships but still qualified fastest in the women's 100 metres freestyle heats on Thursday.

(Reuters) - Maria Sharapova's love for tennis has only grown stronger during her 15-month doping ban, the five-times grand slam winner has said as she continues her comeback from the suspension.

Cavendish targets Tokyo 2020 gold
Thu, 27 Jul 2017 03:41:23 -0400
(Reuters) - Britain's Mark Cavendish hopes to extend his career for a "few more years" as he targets Eddy Merckx's Tour de France stage wins record and the madison gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

(Reuters) - Tour de France champion Chris Froome has confirmed he will take on a "vicious" Vuelta a Espana next month aiming to complete one of cycling's toughest doubles.

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Joern Andersen had long harbored hopes of coaching in Asia, but the former Norway international never imagined he would one day end up working in one of the world's most secretive nations.

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Defending water polo world champions Serbia have steamrolled the opposition on the way to Thursday's semi-final against Croatia, but while they are on a three-match win streak against their arch rivals they know they can take nothing for granted.